Content provided by
Palm Springs is very family friendly, so be sure to include your pet on you next dining adventure. After all, aren't they part of the family too! With over sixty hotels and dozens of vacation rentals who welcome dogs, planning your trip will be a breeze. Here are a few restaurant options to get you started.
Jake’s is nestled in the heart of Uptown and offers a variety of fresh menu items. Named after the owner’s beloved westie, dogs are welcomed at both outdoor patios with water and a biscuit.
This is a very popular spot, especially with their $4.95 bottomless champagne, so patio space for large dogs can be a bit tough. However, they are very accommodating when they can be and will bring both you and your dog water.
This is unique in that the restaurant is actually named after the owner’s dog, Spencer- talk about pet friendly. This is an upscale restaurant nestles at the base of the San Jacinto mountain in the tennis club neighborhood. They have a beautiful outdoor patio that you and your dog can dine under the huge ficus trees.
Cheeky's is a cool eatery offering great breakfast and brunch fare, along with plenty of dog-friendly seating. They don’t take reservations, so get there early to avoid the line.
Sherman's Deli and Bakery is a New Your-Style restaurant (big portions) that’s been a favorite since 1963. They have a large outdoor patio and immediately welcome dogs and their owners with water.
Located in the middle of downtown, Tyler's keeps it simple by focusing on a paired down menu of fresh food prepared daily. Most of the seating is outdoors and welcomes dogs.
Peabody's is a quaint sidewalk cafe with tables right along Palm Canyon where dogs are welcome to dine with you.
A super festive and popular downtown restaurant for both visitors and locals that offers a spacious patio for your dog.
Zin offers an upscale menu and extensive wine list. The spacious outdoor dining area welcomes dogs.
Copley’s is housed in the home originally owned by Cary Grant, so it has pedigree. Dine on the patio and they'll bring your dog a water bowl.